Install Theme


Call on Mary with the faith and abandonment of a child. She will bring peace to your soul.

- St Josemaria Escriva


The wounds which were scattered over the Body of the Lord were all united in the single heart of Mary.

- St Bonaventure


Mary was a martyr, not by the sword of the executioner, but by bitter sorrow of heart.

- St Bernard of Clairvaux


It was through a man and woman that flesh was cast from Paradise; it was through a virgin that flesh was linked to God… Eve is called mother of the human race, but Mary is the mother of salvation.

- St Ambrose


Mary always has her eyes upon us!

- St John Vianney


Hail, O Virgin full of grace; for thou wast always full of grace above all other saints. The Lord is with thee, because thou art so humble.

- St Alphonsus Liguori

Repairer of the lost world

The pure holiness of Mary’s heart, surpassing the purity and holiness of all other creatures, merited for her that she should become the repairer of the lost world.

- St Anselm


The Blessed Virgin, like a good Mother, seeing danger threatening her children, hurries to their rescue.

- St Don Bosco


Lady, full and overflowing with grace, all creation received new life from your abundance.

- St Anselm of Canterbury


Hail, O Mary, Mother of God! Through you came to us the Conqueror and triumphant Vanquisher of hell.

- St Cyril of Alexandria


Our Lady, Mary, is more important than the apostles, than bishops, deacons and priests.

- Pope Francis, whose pontificate began one year ago today


The mightiest helper of the Christian people, and the most merciful, is the Virgin Mother of God.

- Pope Leo XIII, Adiutricem


Expand the bosom of your mind to serve Mary, prepare your heart to praise and glorify her, loose your tongue, and with swift service hasten to please her.

- St Bonaventure


It is not without a meaning, or by chance, that Mary’s clients call her Mother; and indeed they seem unable to invoke her under any other name, and never tire of calling her Mother. Mother, yes! For she is truly our Mother; not indeed carnally, but spiritually; of our souls and of our salvation.

- St Alphonsus Liguori